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The best hitel!! We stayed at the hotel last weeh (August 2018) . The hotel is breathtaking. the rooms are beutiful the stuff is great ang willing to help on any request. We stayed at the palace and loved it. Dont miss eating in the...More
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This seems to be the best Taj hotel. It seems the company has given the best staff, best service ethics, best food for this property. It’s a pity Yaj doesn’t follow the same standard with their other properties. It’s like they fool you with this...More
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Response from GMTheTajMahalPalace, General Manager at The Taj Mahal Palace, MumbaiResponded 28 June 2018
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Everything was lovely, the food, the view, the service.. Definitely one of the best 5 stars of mumbai.. The lebanese restaurant called Souk is my favourite.. the food is mind blowing, a must try experience
Ideally located in the south of the city, this hotel is the place to be in Mumbai. High quality, excellent service, you will be close to the main touristic places. I would definitely go back to this place for my next trip in Mumbai.
Now this is one place where you must stay.
I had booked into the Towers and was upgraded to a Sea View room during Check In. The check in was very efficiently handled by Ms Meghna. The room was lovely, spacious and with a comfortable...More
It’s the tourist central of the city with a liberal dose of rich history, iconic eating and drinking joints and artistic connections that have found prominent mentions in Gregory David Roberts’ Shantaram. Stroll down Colaba Causeway for kitschy street shopping bargains. Take a break at the many
laid-back legendary bars & restaurants like Cafe Mondegar or Leopold Café. The vibrant vibe of Colaba is incomplete without the buzz at Mumbai’s most iconic tourist hub, Gateway of India & The Taj Mahal Hotel on the parallel lane. Sprinkled with designer boutiques, quaint cafes with rooftop sea view, the promenade is a popular route to go to Elephanta Caves & Alibaug.
The High tea buffet cost us about $Aus40 each. Was well & truly worth it. I'm not sure what time it finishes. You'll take the new bridge over the bay which cuts out a lot of traffic. It took us an hour in peak hour.